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Mesalands to offer courses revolving around wild horses

TUCUMCARI — Mesalands Community College likely will offer classes this fall revolving around the care of several wild horses from Carson National Forest in northern New Mexico. Paul Leonard, farrier science faculty member, and... — Updated 3/30/2021

 
 By Quay County Sun    News

TV show delays shooting

TUCUMCARI — Producers of the forthcoming “Bands of Enchantment” music-television series have delayed the start of their Tucumcari shoot by one month so more people can be vaccinated for the coronavirus. Vince T. “Tyson... — Updated 2/16/2021

 
 By Quay County Sun    News

Festivals canceled, delayed

TUCUMCARI -- Three Tucumcari festivals usually scheduled during the first half of the year have been canceled or at least delayed because of ongoing COVID-19 health restrictions. The latest was the New Mexico Music Showcase,... — Updated 2/9/2021

 

Quay Covid-19 patient no stranger to battling

TUCUMCARI — Richard Lewis has survived diabetes, two strokes, several heart surgeries and even being struck by lightning. Family members say he’s showing signs of surviving coronavirus as well. “He has nine lives, I’m sure,... — Updated 4/14/2020 Full story

 
 By Quay County Sun    News

Tucumcari native killed in Albuquerque

A Tucumcari native was Albuquerque’s first homicide victim of 2020, according to the victim’s uncle. Vicente Christopher Romero-Lopez, 23, of the Albuquerque area died about 2... — Updated 1/7/2020

 
 By Quay County Sun    News

Tucumcari police letter goes viral

TUCUMCARI — A tongue-in-cheek letter from the Tucumcari Police Department urging drug dealers to turn in competitors has gone viral. The letter, dated Dec. 11, was initially printed on the department’s letterhead and later shar... — Updated 12/24/2019

 
 By Quay County Sun    News

Local man accused in Wyoming shooting

TUCUMCARI — A local man is accused of having a role in a shooting at a Wyoming bar and remains jailed on $500,000 cash-only bond. Andreas Broach, 29, of Tucumcari, and D’Marco Jones, 24, of Detroit, were detained Sept. 22... — Updated 10/9/2018

 
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